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Presentation: The Top 10 Ways to Botch Enterprise Java Application Scalability and Reliability

by Ryan Slobojan on Jul 29, 2008 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in London Mar 2-6, Join us!

In this presentation from QCon San Francisco 2007, Cameron Purdy discusses Java scaling. Topics include performance improvement versus scaling improvement, serial bottlenecks, queue theory, rewriting existing frameworks, avoiding the database, single points of failure, avoiding abstractions, disaster recovery, one-size-fits-all architecture, large JVM heaps, network failures, and trusting product claims.

Watch The Top 10 Ways to Botch Enterprise Java Application Scalability and Reliability (63 minutes).

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Nice title - shame about the format by Tim Murnaghan

One hour video as the only format? Be a bit more realistic. Infoq video streaming is also still flaky through our firewall. What's wrong with good old slideware - especially as it's meant to be a classic 10 bullet point list.

Re: Nice title - shame about the format by Justin Forder

Slides (synchronised with video) are working fine for me.
Good talk.

Re: Nice title - shame about the format by Adron Hall

Tim, maybe the firewall needs some fixin's, cuz the video works fine for me and I watched it via my Sprint PCS wireless card while riding to work on the train this morning.

Interesting talk. Thx.

Transcript by Michael Prescott

I'd really like a transcript of these things. I can read much, much faster than he can speak!

audio by Ilya Boyandin

Good job! But it would be really great, if you had an audio podcast with the talks.

Re: Transcript by Hermann Schmidt

I enjoyed his talk a lot, since he has a good sense of humor.

The slides are here:
qconsf.com/sanfrancisco-2007/file?path=/QConSF2...

Re: Nice title - shame about the format by kuni katsuya

i agree! slide deck much preferred.

Re: Transcript by Cameron Purdy

Thanks for the positive comments .. I am starting to run out of "top 10" lists these days ;-)

Peace,

Cameron Purdy
Oracle Coherence: Data Grid for Java, .NET and C++

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